Jo Hale/RedfernsPretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde and guitarist James Walbourne have posted the ninth installment of their “Dylan Lockdown Series,” which features videos set to new covers of various Bob Dylan songs that the two have been recording, at their band’s official YouTube channel. The latest clip features an acoustic renditionRead More →

Credit: Danny ClinchBruce Springsteen, who just announced plans to release a new studio album called Letter to You on October 23, has taken part in the latest installment of Rolling Stone‘s “The First Time” video feature. Each segment features an artist discussing a series of landmark moments in their livesRead More →

NYS Department of Corrections and Community SupervisionMark David Chapman killed John Lennon because he was “angry and jealous” at the way the former Beatle was living and was seeking “glory” for himself, according to a transcript of his most recent parole hearing obtained by ABC News. “At the time myRead More →

Credit: dhlovelifeNeil Young has unveiled the release date and complete track list for the long-awaited second volume of his Archives box set series. The new collection, titled Archives Volume II: 1972-1976, will be released on November 20, and will be available exclusively at NeilYoungArchives.com. It features 10 CDs with aRead More →

The Emotions in 1977, Pamela Hutchinson center; Michael Putland/Getty ImagesPamela Hutchinson, whose voice can be heard in some of disco’s most popular songs, has died.  The former Emotions singer was 61. “We are saddened to announce the passing of our sister, Pamela Rose Hutchinson, on Friday, September 18, 2020,” the group’s official Facebook announced onRead More →

Scott Dudelson/Getty ImagesKinks lead guitarist Dave Davies has revealed some details about a 50th anniversary reissue of the band’s 1970 album Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One that’s being prepared for release later this year. Dave tells ABC Audio that his brother, Kinks frontman Ray Davies, finished mixingRead More →

BMLGAs promised, Bon Jovi has released a new version of its hit “Do What You Can” featuring Jennifer Nettles, the country star who joined the rockers 15 years ago on their Grammy-winning hit “Who Says You Can’t Go Home.” The song’s video intercuts the already-released clip of Jon Bon JoviRead More →

Sony Music International/Ultra Records/ RCA RecordsIt looks like Kygo is now the go-to guy when it comes to giving legendary divas new life on the charts. After scoring a hit with his remix of Whitney Houston‘s rendtion of Steve Winwood‘s “Higher Love,” and releasing a remix of Tina Turner‘s “What’sRead More →

Courtesy of Sea.Hear.Now FestivalThe lineup for the 2021 Sea.Hear.Now Festival has been announced, and the event, which is set to take place September 18-19 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, will feature many of the same artists that had been scheduled to perform at the canceled 2020 edition of the extravaganza.Read More →

Courtesy of College Radio FoundationPoison frontman Bret Michaels has been named the official 2020 Ambassador for the 10th annual edition of World College Radio Day, which takes place Friday, October 2. The celebration, which is organized by the not-for-profit College Radio Foundation, seeks to unite college radio stations in moreRead More →